Body inflation

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Body inflation is the practice of inflating or pretending to inflate a part of one's body, often for sexual gratification. It is commonly done by inserting balloons underneath clothes or a skin-tight suit and then inflating them. Some people have specially made inflatable suits, commonly made from latex rubber, to make themselves bigger all over. One of the best-known examples is Mr Blowup,[1] who appears in the Deviant Desires book.[2] He wears air-inflated double-skinned latex suits, and has made a number of TV appearances in the UK, including Eurotrash.[3] Sometimes the body is actually inflated also, such as by enema or drinking large amounts of liquid.

Other inflatable fetishists generate erotic stories, artwork, video, and audio files to indulge their fantasies. Sexual roleplay is also fairly common, either in person or via online conversation. The notion of the fantasy scenarios ending in popping or explosion is often a divisive topic in the community.[4]

The first inflatable fetish community organized online in 1994, in the form of an e-mail list; as the popularity of online communication grew, so did the online community.[4]

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  1. ^ The story of Mr. Blowup., Secret Magazine, Issue 12, April 1997, p. 86
  2. ^ Gates, Katharine (1999). Deviant Desires: Incredibly Strange Sex. Juno Books. pp. 95–103. ISBN 1-890451-03-7. 
  3. ^ More proof that the Net's a weird place: A new book assembles strange Web sites., The Globe and Mail, 27 April 2000, page R7
  4. ^ a b Allerhand, Rhalou (2008). "Blown Away". Forum (UK) (Trojan Publishing) 42 (12): 54–61. 

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